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Apr 102017
 

CONTEXTGuinness Ghana Breweries is a leading brewer and marketer of premium alcoholic and malt drinks in Ghana. It has the vision of being Ghana’s most vibrant and iconic business by F17.Diageo Plc owns Investment in Guinness Ghana Breweries Ltd and continues to invest heavily in capex, which is critical to the journey to No 1. Diageo Plc is quoted in the US and London Stock Exchanges while Guinness Ghana Breweries Ltd (the subsidiary) is quoted in the Ghana Stock Exchange.PURPOSEGGBL intends to offer all interns with a learning opportunity to gain practical working experience prior to entry into the labour market. This will empower young people to gain experience and prepare themselves for the labour market.CriteriaIn order to qualify for internship, student will have to meet the following criteria:

  • Be enrolled in a tertiary institution – at the fourth and sixth semesters of HND and First degree programs respectively with special measurable skills.
  • Students must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 with recommendation from the respective institution.
  • Demonstrate strong verbal and written communication skills

ACCOUNTABILITIESInterns shall be assigned to the relevant manager for supervision throughout the internship period. Managers;

  • shall ensure that interns have work to do and are afforded quality supervision;
  • shall ensure that the interns are aware of their obligations and responsibilities;
  • Shall ensure that professional competencies of the intern are enhanced by allocating the intern the relevant task.

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